Ellemina (Wilmhurst) Sweetnam

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updated February 06, 2019
Ellemina Wilmhurst Sweetnam was born into the Wilmhurst family and married into the Sweetnam family. She married John Edward Sweetnam, and they gave birth to Harold William Sweetnam. We know that Ellemina Wilmhurst Sweetnam had been residing in Warr, Australia.

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Ellemina Wilmhurst Sweetnam

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Warr, Australia

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John Edward Sweetnam
Warr, Australia

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Harold William Sweetnam
1889 - 1957
Warr, Australia

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Ellemina Wilmhurst Sweetnam married John Edward Sweetnam, and they gave birth to Harold William Sweetnam. We know that Ellemina Wilmhurst Sweetnam had been residing in Warr, Australia.
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Other Sweetnams

Lavina Mary Sweetnam
1884 - 1959
Beau, Australia
Cronin Patrick Sweetnam
Beau, Australia
Percival Sweetnam
1887 - 1963
Heidelberg, Australia
Edward Sweetnam
Heidelberg, Australia
Marion Weatherill Sweetnam
Heidelberg, Australia
Ernest Emslie Sweetnam
1885 - 1964
Cheltenham, Australia
Edward John Sweetnam
Cheltenham, Australia
Ann Mary Sweetnam
Cheltenham, Australia
Grace Eileen Sweetnam
1912 - 1969
Cheltenham, Australia
Barrow Sweetnam
Cheltenham, Australia
Martha Sweetnam
Cheltenham, Australia
Ronald William Sweetnam
1911 - 1974
Clifton Hill, Australia
Harold William Sweetnam
Clifton Hill, Australia
Constance Henrie Sweetnam
1890 - 1974
Heidelberg, Australia
Wheatland Jose Sweetnam
Heidelberg, Australia
Elena Doris Abreu Sweetnam
Heidelberg, Australia
Reginald Innes Sweetnam
1895 - 1979
Melbourne, Australia

Other Wilmhursts

Ronald Geoffrey Wilmhurst
around 1920 - Feb 5, 1942

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Thomas Joseph Malady
1901 - 1957
Warr, Australia
Laurence Malady
Warr, Australia
Helen Bates Malady
Warr, Australia
Samuel Jones
1874 - 1957
Warr, Australia
William Jones
Warr, Australia
Sarah Chalamar Jones
Warr, Australia
Margaret Anastas Hanley
1902 - 1957
Warr, Australia
Mannix Patrick Hanley
Warr, Australia
Margaret Walsh Hanley
Warr, Australia
Roberta Annie Longden
1884 - 1957
Warr, Australia
Anderson Rober Longden
Warr, Australia
Charles John Bridges
1878 - 1957
Warr, Australia
Thomas Bridges
Warr, Australia
Adeline Bramhill Bridges
Warr, Australia
Cicely Frances Mayes
1924 - 1957
Warr, Australia
Morse Percival Mayes
Warr, Australia
Cicely Storey Mayes
Warr, Australia
Isabella Beatric Mcdonald
1878 - 1957
Warr, Australia
Forster John Mcdonald
Warr, Australia
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